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Noorderlicht "Creative Computers"


Published April 22, 1996
Topics Adaptability, AGI, AI, AI Takeoff, AI-complete, AI-hard, Artificial General Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Life, Artificial Neural Networks, Artificial Neurons, Assistant, Attention, Automation, Autonomous, Aware, Awareness, Biomimetics, Bionics, Bleeding Edge, Bootstrapping, Bottom-up Approach, Brains, Brainstorming, Breakthrough, Cascades, Causality, Cavitation, Chaos, Circularity, Cognition, Composition, Computational Intelligence, Computer Science, Computer Vision, Computers, Conclusions, Confabulation Theory, Confabulations, Connectionism, Connections, Conscious, Consciousness, Contemplation, Creativity, Creativity Machines, Curiosity, Cutting Edge, Cybernetics, Cycles, Cyclicality, Deep Learning, Design, Development, Discovery, Dreaming, Dreams, Dutch, Effects, Efficiency, Emergence, Engineering, Eureka Effect, Feedback, Feedback Loops, Freewill, Generation, Ghost in the Machine, Groundbreaking, Hallucinations, Ideas, Ideation, Imagination, Imagination Engines, Imagitrons, Innovation, Intelligence Explosion, Interpretation, Introspection, Intuition, Invention, Juxtapositions, Key Ingredient, Learning, Loops, Machine Intelligence, Machine Learning, Machine Vision, Margaret Boden, Materials, Mechanism, Mechanization, Memories, Metacognition, Mind Mapping, Music, Near-Death Experiences, Neural Networks, Neural Noise, Neural Oscillation, Neurobiology, Neurology, Neuronal Networks, Neuronal Noise, Neurons, Neurotransmitters, Noise, Non-Algorithmically, Nondeterministic, Nonlinear, Optimization, Ouroboros, Parallelism, Pattern recognition, Patterns, Perception, Perceptrons, Perturbation, Pioneering, Post-symbolic AI, Quantum Leap, Randomness, Recursive Self-Improvement, Reinforcement Learning, Research, Revolution, Robotics, Salience, Science, Seed AI, Self-Assembling, Self-Aware, Self-Awareness, Self-Evolving, Self-Forming, Self-Improving, Self-Learning, Self-Maintenance, Self-Organization, Self-Organizing, Self-Reference, Self-Reflection, Self-Reflexivity, Self-Sustaining, Self-Training, Sensation, Sentience, Sentient, Singularity, Solution, State of the Art, Stephen Thaler, Strange Loop, Stream of Consciousness, Strong AI, Superintelligence, Synapses, Synaptic Noise, Synthetic Intelligence, Technique, Technology, Teleology, Teleonomy, Thalamocortical, Thinking, Thoughts, Training, Unpredictability, Unsupervised Learning, Versatility, Virtual Input Effect, Visualizations


The American Steve Thaler works with neural networks. He makes them dream and die. Through this process the networks develop elementary creativity. Thaler uses this phenomenon to compose music, design cars and finding new superconducting materials.

Imagination Engines: http://www.imagination-engines.com/
Margaret Boden: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/profiles/276
VPRO Noorderlicht: http://noorderlicht.vpro.nl/‎


Run time 25:05
Producer VPRO Noorderlicht
Audio/Visual sound, color
Language English

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